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CORTNEY-LEE
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7/25/13 10:30 P

prunes -- i eat 2 prunes every night after dinner as my "desert" - they are sweet and delicious!

I also give a vote for banana ice cream - it is really yummy!




FUNNYBUNNY333
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7/25/13 10:01 P

Frozen greek yogurt bars? I'll have to try!!! Has anyone tried Halo Top ice cream or some other low cal ice cream before? I just found their facebook and they look pretty good, just not sold near me yet emoticon . I loooooove ice cream so that would be perfecto.



JAMIRBLAZE
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7/25/13 9:58 P

Meringue cookies are tasty (Trader Joe's are my fav). I second the banana "ice cream" - it's surprisingly good. Also, Yoplait and Weight Watchers also make some good frozen Greek yogurt bars.



EXOTEC
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7/25/13 9:46 P

Any kind of frozen juicy fruit is delicious. It turns into a sherbet-like texture. mmmmm



FUNNYBUNNY333
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7/25/13 8:55 P

Ok ok, keep 'em coming. Those all sound delicious and I love bananas.



LADYSTARWIND
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7/25/13 8:51 P

Healthy Choice Fudge Bars (100 Calories, 5g fiber)--great tasting!!....
Try the banana "ice cream" recipe from Spark this week....
Yoplait "Boston Crème Pie" Lite Yogurt...or Key Lime Pie flavors....
And one I want to try: someone posted that Frozen Grapes are really yummy!





KKKAREN
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7/25/13 8:42 P

sugar free dark chocolate jello pudding cups, 60 calories



FUNNYBUNNY333
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7/25/13 8:37 P

I agree with you I just have such trouble stopping after I start...



RKIRK2
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7/25/13 8:35 P

For me, modest amounts of really good sweets is much more satisfying and, in the long run, healthier and less caloric than "fake" sweets. A small piece of quality chocolate or a few bites of a good cake or pie are much easier to work into my plan than the never ending pile of "diet" sweets that never really satisfy.



FUNNYBUNNY333
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7/25/13 7:59 P

I have such a sweet tooth - anyone have suggestions for treats that could satisfy this without ruining my weight loss regime?

Thanks so much! emoticon



 
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